Session1632
TitleThe Production of Heretical Knowledge, II: Identity and Memory
Date/TimeThursday 6 July 2017: 11.15-12.45
 
SponsorDoat Project, University of York / Medieval Heresy & Dissent Research Network, University of Nottingham
 
OrganiserRachael Hardstaff, Department of History, University of York
 
Moderator/ChairLucy Sackville, Department of History, University of York
 
Paper 1632-a The Construction of the Legal Individual in the Inquisitorial Process
(Language: English)
Timothy McManus, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Index Terms: Law; Religious Life
Paper 1632-b Only Time Will Tell: Expressions of Time in the Inquisition Registers of 13th-Century Languedoc
(Language: English)
Rachael Hardstaff, Department of History, University of York
Index Terms: Archives and Sources; Religious Life
Paper 1632-c 'The time when the Church did not pursue Waldensians': The Southern French Waldensian Movement and Its History in the Medieval Sources
(Language: English)
Claire Taylor, Department of History, University of Nottingham
Index Terms: Lay Piety; Literacy and Orality; Religious Life
 
AbstractThis strand aims to investigate some of the mechanisms underlying the production of knowledge about heresy by inquisition. Focusing primarily on southern France, with comparative examples from England and Asia Minor, the papers will take in a broad chronological scope to also think about the reception and reuse of anti-heretical texts. The second session in this strand will examine the individuals brought before the tribunals and their role in constructing the identities represented in the records.